Kill The Bill is just a couple of weeks old. The concept here is completely different and probably the best in favor of consumers. It actually means the lowest possible bill for the exotic food served to relish around a great ambiance. It is a lounge restaurant. Hence just relax in the huge seating arrangements, enjoy the nonstop lounge music, and relish the food and drinks. It claims to serve the lowest priced beer at INR 69 that no other restaurant of equal stature serves. The same is true for the food. The place is to just eat, drink, and party. Huge sofas, long tables of varying heights throwing an option to choose the table of your choice in this wide area. And then there are mini tunnels to give you a kind of privacy for a group of four or less.
To the extreme end of Kill The Bill, there is a bar. Near to that is a private area to enjoy your drinks and food in complete isolation. Virgin Mojito goes well with Chakhna here. Or for that sake, any mocktails or drinks of your choice will have a good company of Chakhna. Paneer Kurkure is a signature dish and it’s quite different and tasty. In fact, it’s soft and crispy. Chicken Peri Peri is a little spicy and is fabulous. You will feel its taste for a while after you finish it. Basil Paneer Tikka is another dish to enjoy. Chatori is nachos in Indian style chat. Chicken Tikka Tacos, Chicken Pita, and Dahi ke Kebab are fantastic. So are the Paneer Dimsums. Chicken Gujiya is another signature savory.
Kill the Bill Is Good Food And Lounge Music
Crispy Chicken Pot is good to go for, for two reasons. Its taste, and its presentation. Actually, it is the Chilli Chicken that comes in a bun at Kill The Bill. That appears like a small money bag or like a semi close flower. If you are having something from the Indian main course and not having Malabar Paratha then you’re missing something great. Because you don’t get it very often.
Another good choice in Indian bread is Appam with Kerala Chicken Stew if you like South Indian. And believe me, it is a real treat. Dal Makhani and Paneer Lababdar are excellent in the veg main course in Indian dishes. In Italian, we had Chicken Tikka Pizza. It is quite soft, juicy, and tasteful. Mushroom Risotto is fantastic and actually another not-to-miss dish. In desserts, we had Gulab Jamun, Tiramisu, and KitKat Kulfi. In fact, KitKat Kulfi is a signature dessert and something fabulous. Chef Rana believes in smart cooking that’s able to serve all.